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Live Reporting

Tom Garry

All times stated are UK

  1. Thanks for joining

    That's it for tonight, but make sure to come back again tomorrow for a full day of football coverage on the BBC across TV, radio and online. It's going to be a good one.

    Until then, have a nice evening. Coventry fans, I'm sure, will certainly have a good evening.

  2. 'We are good enough to step up'

    FT: Coventry 3-2 QPR

    Coventry skipper and match-winner Kyle McFadzean tells Sky Sports:

    "You can see from tonight we're good enough to step up and I think we've got a good chance this year of doing all right.

    "We've got a good group and good team spirit and [that] can go a long way."

  3. Post update

    FT: Coventry 3-2 QPR

    If you stuck with this game after a really low key first 30 minutes, I'm pleased for you. You were rewarded with five goals! That was hard to imagine after the early stages, wasn't it?

  4. Post update

    FT: Coventry 3-2 QPR

    This result leaves both of these sides with three points from their opening two games of the campaign.

  5. Post update

    FT: Coventry 3-2 QPR

    The Sky Blues came from behind, and then showed good fighting spirit to bounce back again after conceding an equaliser as QPR made it 2-2 against the run of play. They kept going and found the winner.

    Mark Robins will be a happy man.

    As for QPR, they'll be disappointed they weren't able to create more with the large amount of possession that they had, and their defending was a bit sloppy in the moments when it really mattered.


    Coventry 3-2 QPR

    It's all over - Coventry get their first win back in the Championship.

    Coventry celebrate
  7. CLOSE!

    Coventry 3-2 QPR

    Oh no! It's a great chance, on the edge of the box, for QPR substitute Dominic Ball, but his goal-bound effort is inadvertently blocked by his own team-mate, Lyndon Dykes. They look so frustrated at that.

  8. SUBSTITUTION (Coventry)

    Coventry 3-2 QPR

    Ben Sheaf comes on for Jordan Shipley and that's Coventry's first change of the game, in the 90th minute.

    Sheaf, 22, is on loan from Arsenal.


    Coventry 3-2 QPR

    Lee Wallace gets a yellow card for a poor foul on Fankaty Dabo, as time begins to run out for QPR.

  10. Post update

    Coventry 3-2 QPR

    You have to say, on the balance of play since half-time, Coventry probably deserve that.

  11. GOAL: Coventry 3-2 QPR

    Kyle McFadzean

    This time the header finds the back of the net! Kyle McFadzean may have missed a good chance a few moments ago but this time he times his jump perfectly to meet Gustavo Hamer's corner and he seems to hang in the air as he guides a header in to the corner.

    McFadzean roars with delight as he gets his first Sky Blues goal.

    Kyle McFadzean goal
    Coventry celebrate

    Coventry 2-2 QPR

    QPR's second and third changes see Luke Amos and Ilias Chair replaced by Dominic Ball and George Thomas.

    Can they find a winner?

  13. Post update

    Coventry 2-2 QPR

    Here's another aerial chance for Coventry but Dominic Hyam's downward header is saved by Joe Lumley.

    The hosts are going for it.

  14. CLOSE!

    Coventry 2-2 QPR

    At the other end, Kyle McFadzean heads over for the hosts, from Gustavo Hamer's right-wing corner. Big chance.

    McFadzean was just leaning back a bit, it was a fraction behind him, which made it tougher than it looked.

  15. Post update

    Coventry 2-2 QPR

    That's Frenchman Yoann Barbet's first QPR goal and it could set up a fascinating final 15 minutes.

  16. GOAL: Coventry 2-2 QPR

    Yoann Barbet

    QPR are back on level terms through a super finish from centre-half Yoann Barbet - he takes it like a born number nine!

    The Rangers corner comes in from their left and Coventry don't deal with it well. Two players go for the same header and the ball bounces to an unmarked Barbet at the back stick and he lashes home with style.

    Yoann Barbet
  17. CLOSE!

    Coventry 2-1 QPR

    Coventry break really quickly as Jamie Allen shows a burst of pace down the right and he picks out Gustavo Hamer's run, but Hamer's rising shot flies just wide.


    Coventry 2-1 QPR

    Needing some inspiration, the visitors take off Tom Carroll and on comes Northern Ireland's Paul Smyth.

  19. Post update

    Coventry 2-1 QPR

    It's hard to see what part - if any - of this second half QPR will be pleased with so far.

    Coventry v QPR

    Coventry 2-1 QPR

    The visitors' Ilias Chair cynically tugs back Callum O'Hare to prevent O'Hare starting a counter attack and that's a clear yellow.